Anita Zhe Luo brings skillful negotiation, professionalism and heart to every transaction. She possesses the rarely found ability to clearly understand her client’s real estate desires and needs and uses persistence and hard work to fulfill them. Her practical experience and resourcefulness ranges from overseeing renovations, helping to resolve permit issues, to working out banking and mortgage-related solutions with the help of her strong working relationships with contractors, lawyers and mortgage brokers. The majority of Anita's business comes from referrals and repeat business from satisfied buyers and sellers.
Anita's real estate career began in 2001 with Fillmore Real Estate. She was a member of firm's Multi-Million Dollar Club for years, member of the firm's prestigious President's Club in 2006 and was presented with firm’s 5th Avenue Bay Ridge Office "2006 Agent of the Year" award. Joining RE/MAX in June 2007, she was a member of RE/MAX 100% Club for many years, and earned 2007 & 2008 Highest Sales Volume Award" for her office. She is now pleased to be a member of Brown Harris Stevens, the city's most established residential real estate firm with global reach through their exclusive New York City affiliation with Christie's International Properties. While her expertise extends throughout Brooklyn, the majority of Anita’s business occurs in Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Gravesend, Sunset Park, Park Slope and Greenwood Heights. She is happy to offer her services to the fullest extent possible to empower clients with a full range of choices and alternatives.
Born in Shanghai, China, she speaks fluent English and Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese and Shanghainese). In 1996, she received her Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from SUNY at Stony Brook and worked as a computer engineer prior to becoming a Real Estate Professional. She currently resides in Bay Ridge with her family and 2 children who attend high school in Staten Island.
Anita Zheyu Luo
Brown Harris Stevens Brooklyn, LLC
100 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11215